Most grammar sources and Grammarly app say that uncountable nouns can not be used in plural form! However, what about the case when we talk about different types of uncountable noun?
For example, let us take water! Water can be of many type sugary water, tap water, sludge water, desalinated water, RO water, tube-well water, coloured water and what not. Can't I then use waters in this context? Let's take another example - Hunger!
Hunger can be of many types - hunger for food, hunger for success, spiritual hunger, hunger for money, hunger for fame and so on! Can't I use hungers then when referring to these many types of hungers?
This is true for most of the abstract/uncountable nouns!
I, particularly, was baffled when Grammarly labeled the following sentence of mine as grammatically wrong. "It is highly difficult to achieve that stability and harmony which is needed for success in spiritual world without satiating our worldly desires, hungers". Grammarly wants to change hungers to hunger. While I mean various kinds of hunger as mentioned above.
Please have a look at the opinion of a linguist on Quora on this subject! https://qr.ae/TWtuBd
PS: I have also asked this question on English learner (ell) website but didn't get satisfactory response there. That is why asking here!